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Among the total of 75 universities participating in the Vladimir Potanin Foundation’s scholarship contest, ITMO made it to the top three for the third year in a row.
SuperJob, a Russian job-hunting platform, has published its annual ranking of Russian universities according to the size of salaries earned by graduates in the IT industry. ITMO climbed from third to second place in the federal ranking and retained its leading position among the universities of St. Petersburg. Moreover, this year, ITMO graduates experienced the biggest salary increase among their peers from other Russian IT universities.
ITMO is in the top five of the latest ranking of Russian universities compiled by the Expert analytics center. For the third year in a row, ITMO crowns the ranking in Engineering Sciences and Materials Science. The university also came first in Artificial Intelligence.
Being a first-time nominee, ITMO University managed to break into the top five of the annual ranking of employers by HeadHunter (or HH, a popular Russian job search website – Ed.) as the only finalist from St. Petersburg in the category Science and Education.
This was revealed in the results of the ranking compiled by Russoft, an association of Russian software developers, based on a survey among IT companies who consider universities as suppliers of trained professionals. A total of 147 universities were included in the ranking.
This year’s edition of the annual Three University Missions Moscow International University Ranking (MosIUR), which evaluated over 2000 universities around the world, has been revealed. This time, ITMO has also climbed 18 positions in the global ranking, placing 252nd despite the growing competition. For four years in a row, ITMO University has consistently been placed in the top 10 among Russian universities in the ranking.
The job-hunting platform SuperJob has published its research center’s annual ranking of Russian universities according to the size of salaries earned by young graduates in the IT industry. This year, ITMO was once again included among the top 3 – according to the data, the St. Petersburg-based university’s alumni earn an average of 200,000 rubles per month.
The university has once again secured its standing in the QS EECA University Rankings. According to the 2022 edition, ITMO University rose by 9 positions since last year and was ranked 27th among the top universities in Europe and Central Asia. All in all, fifteen universities in Russia made it to the top 50.
According to recent statistics collected by the Superjob research center, ITMO University graduates earn on average 190,000 rubles a month already in the first five years after graduation.
The ranking agency RAEX has published its tenth annual ranking of Russian universities. For the fourth year in a row, ITMO is included in the top 15 of the ranking, this year being 14th on the list.